Although some things have changed dramatically because of COVID-19, the need for accurate, complete, and descriptive patient care documentation have certainly remained the same.
Author Jeffrey Covitz: Measuring EMS exclusively on response times is like measuring the performance of the San Francisco Giants strictly by how fast its pitcher throws the ball.
Dr. Jeffrey M. Goodloe addresses why EMS providers need to be committed to avoiding racism in our actions and to stop racism when we see it being done by others.
A commentary on paramedics responding home, by Steve Whitfield.
An interview with Laura Begin, the EMS Coordinator at the San Ramon Fire Protection District (CA).
Kris Kaull shares his professional and personal perspective on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting EMS and healthcare, and how the industry can overcome the challenges it poses together.
In order to move forward, most programs are going to have to make some significant changes with how they choose to deliver information.
Although EMS and health care workers are certainly doing an important job, the “hero” image that has developed in the media, amongst the public, and in social media can have a long-term negative effect.
How a rehabilitation facility served as Carol A. Cunningham's command center during the COVID-19 crisis.
Dealing with this pandemic has reminded me of the importance of family and the fragility of life.